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2005-01-23 -Short Attention Span Theater-
breaking: Johnny Carson - rest in peace ;1925-2005
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Posted by Frank G 2005-01-23 13:46|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [347 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 pg 2 - my bad
Posted by Frank G  2005-01-23 1:46:44 PM||   2005-01-23 1:46:44 PM|| Front Page Top

#2 Johnny finally made the Slauson Cutoff.

RIP Mr. Carson.
Posted by badanov  2005-01-23 1:51:32 PM|| [http://www.rkka.org/title-boris.gif]  2005-01-23 1:51:32 PM|| Front Page Top

#3 ...By all accounts a genuinely decent and funny man - also a WWII vet.

Can you imagine the Friars Club roast in Paradise tonight? Johnny, the Rat Pack, Alan King, Milton Berle,..so many we've lost in the last few years.

Mike
Posted by Mike Kozlowski 2005-01-23 2:59:01 PM||   2005-01-23 2:59:01 PM|| Front Page Top

#4 Says St. Peter at the Golden Gates, "Here's Johnny"
Posted by Captain America  2005-01-23 3:03:14 PM||   2005-01-23 3:03:14 PM|| Front Page Top

#5 :(
Posted by Bomb-a-rama 2005-01-23 3:08:20 PM||   2005-01-23 3:08:20 PM|| Front Page Top

#6 Just stop and think (imagine) for a moment about all the great Clinton and Bush jokes we never heard because they were never written because Carson wasn't around to tell them. He was truly the King.....
Posted by Mark Z.  2005-01-23 3:21:32 PM||   2005-01-23 3:21:32 PM|| Front Page Top

#7 I can't figure why they lied about his age, he was only around 28 or 29, not much older than me.
Posted by Shipman 2005-01-23 3:40:47 PM||   2005-01-23 3:40:47 PM|| Front Page Top

#8 Thank you, Frank. I heard yesterday that post- retirement Mr. Carson was in the habit of sending jokes to David Letterman, and got particular enjoyment when they were used in the monologue. But clearly I missed the first part of the story, about JC's passing. No doubt they're enjoying the monologue up in Heaven.
Posted by trailing wife 2005-01-23 4:56:25 PM||   2005-01-23 4:56:25 PM|| Front Page Top

#9 


Johnny will not be replaced. He was a true master of comedy.

Posted by Mark Espinola 2005-01-23 10:06:42 PM||   2005-01-23 10:06:42 PM|| Front Page Top

#10 A statement by President Bush:

"Laura and I are saddened by the death of Johnny Carson. Born in Iowa and raised in Nebraska, Johnny Carson was a steady and reassuring presence in homes across America for three decades. His wit and insight made Americans laugh and think and had a profound influence on American life and entertainment. He was a patriot who served in the United States Navy during World War II and always remembered his roots in the heartland of America. We send our prayers and condolences to the entire Carson family."

All about Carson.

But what did Former Prez Clinton have to say? About himself, of course..... "Bill Clinton: "Those 20 minutes on 'The Tonight Show' did more for my career than speaking for two days at the Democratic National Convention."

All about Bill.......
Posted by Sherry  2005-01-23 11:12:27 PM||   2005-01-23 11:12:27 PM|| Front Page Top

21:03 2xstandard
21:03 2xstandard
11:27 Half
11:27 Half
00:02 trailing wife
00:01 Bomb-a-rama
23:54 lex
23:49 trailing wife
23:49 trailing wife
23:31 nada
23:30 trailing wife
23:18 lex
23:16 lex
23:15 Barbara Skolaut
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23:12 Sherry
23:12 Silentbrick
22:21 Wuzzalib
22:16 Mike Sylwester
22:15 Alaska Paul
22:09 Phil Fraering
22:06 Mark Espinola
22:05 Valentine
22:02 trailing wife

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